It’s His Life

Jon Bon Jovi makes the world better with music, charity and wine

It’s His Life
Bon Jovi doesn’t do anything on a small scale. Off stage, Bon Jovi and his wife, Dorothea Hurley, run the JBJ Soul Foundation while he and his son, Jesse, have created a successful Languedoc rosé brand. (Fro Rojas)
From the Oct 31, 2021, issue

Legendary rocker Jon Bon Jovi and son Jesse Bongiovi are the founders of Languedoc rosé sensation Hampton Water. The family is also deeply involved in charitable efforts, with multiple projects to feed the hungy and house the homeless. We profile Bon Jovi’s journey from New Jersey kid to musician, father, and working force for good.

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